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    Default Strong trebles......

    What do you guys use for small tube trebles...about sizes 10-14.... I tried a few types this season and most were too easy to open up to be honest. I'd hate to lose a fish due to hook failure....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashley View Post
    What do you guys use for small tube trebles...about sizes 10-14.... I tried a few types this season and most were too easy to open up to be honest. I'd hate to lose a fish due to hook failure....
    Guideline or ken sawada

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    Second the Guidelines. Great hook

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    Third that Guideline extra strong great hook

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    Another for guidlines , have found owner trebles expensive and weak, lost two big fish due to them straightening now.

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    Kamasan b990s for me, simple, cheap and sharp. If using tube doubles i prefer owners or partridge with the wider gape.

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    Partridge X1 (the original ones, not the newer version) are absolutely fantastic. If you cannot find the original ones then Kamasan B990 are really decent and dead cheap.
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    I use Kamasan B990 or owner stingers for sea trout and they're ideal, bed in nice and are solid!

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    I love the B990's. I've landed hundreds of salmon on them and never been let down. My only criticism is I would like them to make 16, 18 and 20's. I tend to use 12's and 14's for pretty much everything only going to a 10 in extremis. I had a 17lb sea liced springer on a 14 this year, no sweat. (Or very little!)

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    Ahrex or ken sawadas, hard to beat

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